i use my iMac for video editing. When working in Final Cut Pro, swipe left or right to my magic mouse Move the timeline in some way. It’s very useful as it gives you multiple ways to move around the timeline.
If that function were translated as Apps like SafariNavigate forward and backward through websites with a simple swipe of one finger.
guess what? The feature exists, but it’s just disabled by default. In fact, Magic Mouse can do more than that. Forward and backward movement between pages can be set so that he can use one finger, two fingers, or both. When enabled, swiping left or right with one or two fingers will work for apps that move forward and backward (right to left).
This feature is built in and can be enabled out of the box.
How to enable finger swipes on Magic Mouse
Things necessary: To make this work, Updated version of MacOS A connected Magic Mouse. I’ll demo this on an iMac running MacOS version 13.4.1. Now let’s give the mouse a new trick.
Once you’ve made your choice, we recommend that you open your web browser, visit ZDNET.com, click an article, then use a one-finger swipe with your Magic Mouse to test the functionality. If it works to your liking, you can close System Preferences and enjoy a more efficient way of navigating the app that allows you to navigate between pages.
If you don’t like the one finger swipe method, try switching to one of the two fingers and see if you don’t like it.
Either way, adding this feature will greatly streamline your interaction with MacOS. Give it a try and I’m sure you’ll agree.
https://www.zdnet.com/home-and-office/work-life/how-to-enable-swiping-between-pages-with-the-macos-mouse/#ftag=RSSbaffb68 How to enable swiping between pages using MacOS mouse